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Urdu film

Shikar

Released date: Friday, 23 August 1974

Genre: Action film

Color: Color

Film company: ?

Made in Lahore

Box office: Average

Film director
Title role(s):
Debut:

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Main artists in film

Shikar

(Urdu - 1974)
Film credits of

Shikar

(Urdu - 1974)
ActorsMumtaz, Shahid, Nanha, Zarqa, Adeeb, Mustafa Qureshi, Jameel Bismil, Pandit Shahed, Mehmood Ali, (Guests: Ishrat Chodhary, Rangeela, Munawar Saeed)
Director(s)S.A. Hafiz
Producer(s)S.A. Majeed, S.M. Rafiq
Writer(s)Khursheed Ullah
Musician(s)A. Hameed
Poet(s)Taslim Fazli, Riazur Rehman Saghar
Singer(s)Mala, Tasawur Khanum, Naheed Akhtar, Masood Rana
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Shikar

(Urdu - 1974)
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Film songs in film

Shikar

(Urdu - 1974)
1.

Dil Lay Kay Mukkar Geya Heye, Sajjan Be-Iman Nikla..

(Urdu)
Singer(s): Mala
Music: A. Hameed
,
Poet: Taslim Fazli
,
Actor(s): Mumtaz
2.

Jalway Kuchh Is Ada Say Dikhaye Tamam Raat..

(Urdu)
Singer(s): Mala, Tasawur Khanum
Music: A. Hameed
,
Poet: ?
,
Actor(s): Imrozia, ?
3.

Kuchh Aur Pila Day, Saqia, Har Gham Ko Bhula Day, Saqia..

(Urdu)
Singer(s): Naheed Akhtar
Music: A. Hameed
,
Poet: Taslim Fazli
,
Actor(s): Ishrat Chodhary
4.

Marr Geya, Lutt Geya, Dil Geya, Main Tabah Ho Geya..

(Urdu)
Singer(s): Masood Rana
Music: A. Hameed
,
Poet: Taslim Fazli
,
Actor(s): Shahid
5.

Oho, Kurri Sair Karay Gi..

(Urdu)
Singer(s): Masood Rana
Music: A. Hameed
,
Poet: Riazur Rehman Saghar
,
Actor(s): Shahid
6.

Touba Touba Touba, Is Larkay Ko Kya Ho Geya..

(Urdu)
Singer(s): Mala
Music: A. Hameed
,
Poet: Taslim Fazli
,
Actor(s): Mumtaz
7.

Yeh Din Jawani Kay, Dekh Kahin Beeten Na..

(Urdu)
Singer(s): Mala
Music: A. Hameed
,
Poet: Taslim Fazli
,
Actor(s): Zarqa
Box office reports of film

Shikar

(Urdu - 1974)
Lahore circuit

Released date: Friday, 23 August 1974

Film status: ?

Weeks: ?

Karachi circuit

Released date: Friday, 23 August 1974

Film status: ?

Weeks: ?







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